Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by potty dollar 1878, Sep 24, 2020.
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They haven't quite gotten to the RCM level of garbage. But I think it is only a few more years.
Going on sale early November, forget the exact date.
Ditto-- thought the same thing
Privy-marked 1 oz. ASE 75,000
Privy-marked 1 oz. AGE 1,945
24-karat $25 1/2 oz. gold 7,500
I had an uncle who gave his life at the Battle of the Bulge; my dad served in the China Burma India theater until war's end, too, so I am happy to learn of this marketing gimmick, I'll add it to my WWII memorabilia.
I appreciate their service and sacrifice.
I would rather have seen an actual coin or medal to commemorate the anniversary. A “privy mark” just seems low effort and like I said, more of a marketing gimmick than anything else.
is an actual coin, a half ounce gold piece with a face value of $25.
It will be released November 9th.
I like that. Shame it is out of my price range.
Yes, it's beyond me, too. They are offering it as a medal in silver but I'm not much of a medal enthusiast.
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